#ThursdayDoors — Joy of All Who Sorrow


That’s the actual name of this church. Such pretty-pretty…I feel better already, don’t you?

#ThursdayDoors is part of an inspired post series run by Norm Frampton. To view other interesting doors, click the link and see what others are posting today.

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20 Responses to #ThursdayDoors — Joy of All Who Sorrow

  1. a great name for a church

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  2. Judy Martin says:

    I like the redness of it all. looks very pretty 🙂

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  3. Benson says:

    It is very pretty all red like that. I wish they would fix the hole though.

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  4. marianallen says:

    Love it! What a wonderful door! It’s so sturdy, and then there’s the ethereal stained glass above it. ❤

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  5. I thought at first it says “Joy to all who sorrow” but as it it’s more haven-ly.

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  6. Norm 2.0 says:

    I luvs me some old iron strap hinges. Very red and quite welcoming. Nice find 🙂

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  7. jan says:

    Interesting color for a church. Aged brick?

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  8. Dan Antion says:

    Very pretty doors. I like how far back they are set and I love those hinges. I also really like how the hand rails start where you need them most. Nice find, Joey.

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  9. joannesisco says:

    At first I thought the name was really confusing and I had to read it several times … I kept thinking it meant “Joy from all those who sorrow”. What kind of church sucks the joy out of their parishioners and then proudly gives it that name?!

    My bad. It’s one of the many reasons why I’m going to hell.

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    • joey says:

      LOL I really like the phrase/title. I read it was an Orthodox Christian Church, and it sounded pretty nice, not too…well, you know, ahaha!…it sounded like some good people do good things there.

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  10. I love those hinges and the way they match the handrail, Joey.

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  11. dalecooper57 says:

    Very imposing.

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  12. Beautiful door, beautiful words.

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  13. Red with iron hardware, and a curved handrail…I love it! Great find this week. I do like the name too.

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  14. Ellen Hawley says:

    That is a resonant name, but I can’t help thinking of Garrison Keillor’s Our Lady of Perpetual Responsibility.

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  15. I love the doors and the stained glass is beautiful!

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